Profile

Dr. Md. Kamruzzaman

Professor

  •  Room No:  Room 3202, First Floor, Civil Engineering Building
  •  Phone:   880-1733740774
  •  PABX:   329
  •  Email:   kzaman@ce.ruet.ac.bd
  • kzaman93@gmail.com
Field of Research
  •  Climate Change Adaptation
  •  Life Cycle Carbon Minus Housing
  •  Indoor Thermal Comfort & Energy Conservation
  •  Post Disaster Reconstruction & Shelter Design
  •  Urban Housing, GIS & Spatial Planning
  •  Energy-efficient Buildings & Passive Design
  •  Architectural Engineering

  •  First Joined: 10th Sep, 2001
  •      Dept. of Civil Engineering

Position

Education

Book / Book Chapter
1
Journal Articles
12
Conference Papers
0
SL Authors Title Publisher Details Publication Year Type
1 Md. Kamruzzaman and Md. Rashedul Haque Remote Monitoring of Bridge Deflections using Total Station Journal of Engineering and Applied Science (JEAS), Vol. 3. No. 2, pp. 9-20. 2020 Journal
2 Bayes Ahmed, Ilan Kelman, Md. Kamruzzaman, Hossain Mohiuddin, Md. Mostafizur Rahman, Anutosh Das, Maureen Fordham, Mohammad Shamsudduha Indigenous People’s Responses to Drought in Northwest Bangladesh Environmental Development, 29 (55-66), 2019 2019 Journal
3 Md. Kamruzzaman An Outlook of Housing Transformation in Dhaka City Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, 13 (58-70), 2019 2019 Journal
4 Md. Kamruzzaman Housing for the Urban Poor through the Informal Providers Practical Action Publishing Limited 2011 Book Chapter
5 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Construction Process in Self-help Housing: A Study on Piecemeal Construction in Urban Housing in Bangladesh (Part–4) Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan), Vol. 75 (Feb. 2010), No. 648, pp. 353-359. 2010 Journal
6 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Enabling Housing with Microfinance: A Case Study of Grameen Bank Housing Program in Bangladesh Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2009 Journal
7 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Small-scale Landlordism in Middle Income Settlements: A Study on Piecemeal Construction in Urban Housing in Bangladesh (Part–2) Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2009 Journal
8 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Review of Housing Delivery for the Urban Poor and the Rationalization of Tenement Apartments in Dhaka City Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering (JAABE) 2009 Journal
9 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Urban Poor’s Accessibility to Decent Shelter in Dhaka City: An Exploratory Study on Housing Enablement through the Informal Private Sector Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2009 Journal
10 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Financial Management in Self-help Housing: A Study on Piecemeal Construction in Urban Housing in Bangladesh (Part–3) Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2009 Journal
11 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Process of Physical Growth in Self-Help Housing: A Study on Piecemeal Construction in Urban Housing in Bangladesh (Part–1) Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2009 Journal
12 Md. Kamruzzaman and Nobuyuki Ogura Housing for the Middle Income Group in Dhaka, Bangladesh: With a Focus on Affordability and Options Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of Transactions of Architectural Institute of Japan) 2008 Journal
13 Md. Mahmud Sazzad and Md Kamruzzaman Characterization and Drift Minimization of Tall Building Frames Journal of Civil Engineering, The Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Vol. CE 30, No.1, pp. 69-76 2002 Journal
  •  Young Researcher Award by Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ), Okinawa Chapter.
  •  Best Paper Award by the Organizing Committee (Tokyo Metropolitan University) of Building Stock Activation Conference
  •  ‘ECOPOLIS Graduate Research and Design Award’ by International Development Research Center (IDRC), Government of Canada.
  •  President’s Honorary Award for Doctoral Research at the University of the Ryukyus, Japan.
  •  Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) as Invited Researcher
  •  Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Fellowship as Visiting Researcher
  •  Disaster Prevention Research Institute (Kyoto University) Fellowship as Collaborative Researcher
  •  Monbukagakusho Scholarship by Government of Japan for Doctoral Degree
  •  Monbukagakusho Scholarship by Government of Japan for Masters Degree
  •  Merit Scholarshi, Higher Secondary Public Examination Board, Bangladesh
  •  Research Project "Addressing Extreme Climatic Disasters to Annihilate the Insecurity of Food, Nutrition and Livelihood: A Study on Disaster affected Countries of Asia" - Funded by Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction, Univ. College London
  •  Research Project "Shelter Design and Adaptation Strategies to Reduce Disaster Vulnerability" - Funded by Disaster Prevention Research Institute of Kyoto University
  •  Research Project "A Study to Develop Carbon Neutral Building Materials and Design Strategies to Counteract the Impacts of Climate Change" - Funded by Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of Bangladesh
  •  Research Project "A Regional Assessment of Carbon Emission by the Brick Kilns of Bangladesh" Funded by University Grants Commission of Bangladesh
  •  Research Project "Increasing Access to Permanent Shelter to the Urban Poor in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: Developing Tenement Apartment Models for the Informal Providers" Funded by International Development Research Center, Canada
Phd Students
IdNameThesis workCurrent Position
D1411001Md. Rashedul HaqueMonitoring Bridge Deflection by Refractorless Total StationAssistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, PUST
10109Md. Monirul IslamEco-Tourism Development in Modhupur National Park: Problems and ProspectsAssistant Professor
088663HKhalfan Amour KhalfanModernity and Sustainable Conservations of Historic Buildings in the Stone Town of ZanzibarSenior Lecturer
Masters Students
IdNameThesis workCurrent Position
1204100001Md. Noor Nabi KhanDesign of Tenement Apartment for the Urban Low Income PeopleAssistant Engineer, LGED
098502DKazuta UeharaStudy on the Introduction and Spread of Contemporary Mud House of ThailandJr. Architect
108517EAkihero NakasoneStudy on the Construction Technology of Bangladesh Government Buildings Designed by Louis KahnJr. Architect
Undergraduate Students
IdNameThesis workCurrent Position
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